About the property
- Apartment645 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 5 nights
House Ribaric is located in the peaceful part of Lovran and offers comfortable a
House Ribaric offers comfortable apartments and rooms. All units are air conditioned, have free WiFi and satelite tv. Spacious open terrace with barbecue facilities and outdoor furniture are on the guests' disposal. Private parking place is available. Pets are welcome, additional charge is 5 euro per night. Baby cot is on request. (7 euro per day/per person)
Two Bedroom Apartment is situated on the second floor . This unit can accommodate up to 5 persons, there is a double bed in every bedroom and a extra bed in one bedroom for 5th person. The bathroom features shower and wc. The kitchen has all necessary cooking facilities, stove, water kettle, fridge, toaster, coffee machine. This apartment has a balcony with sea view .
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, german, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 27, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Lovran is a town with a long and diverse past, with a hundred-year-long tradition of tourism. It took its name from laurel, laurus nobilis, which grows abundantly in the evergreen groves in the town and environs.
Of all the places that have developed on the steep eastern slopes of Ucka, Lovran is the oldest, coming into being directly on the coast of Liburnia. Lovran has preserved its historical core and medieval city plan. The old city was girt with defensive walls and bastions, on the foundations and walls of which, during time, houses have been built.The courtyards of the Old Town are a particular charm of Mediterranean cityscapes. Behind the stone portals the façades of the neighbouring houses can be seen, decorated with their steps, porches and vaults. In the centre of the courtyard is the wellhead.
A good climate, luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation and a favorable geographic location contributed to the rapid development of tourism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Since that time, Lovran, together with Opatija, has been the most important locality on the famed Riviera. Several villas designed by the celebrated Viennese architect Carl Seidel dating from that period are part of the world architectural heritage.
At the beginning of the 21st century, Lovran can draw on a rich historical heritage, a hundred-year-old tradition of tourism, a well-preserved nature, a developed infrastructure and everything else that permits a new take-off in the tourist industry combined with sustainable development and respect for all ecological standards.